Mellow Yellow22nd April 2011 • In The Garden • Stephanie Donaldson
Erythronium ‘Pagoda’ is aptly named with its delicate recurved petals. Just wish the flowering period wasn’t so short – still no time to get bored with them!
Regular readers will know that I’ve been going on about Tulipa sylvestis for ages. It is such a delicate beauty and has happily settled into the poor soil beneath my tulip tree. In full sun the petals open out flat and it could almost be mistaken for a daffodil.